Some casual Windows games have the reputation of being addictive. If there was one PC game that’s most played, it would be Solitaire. Other addicting Windows past times include Hearts, Freecell, Spider Solitaire, Minesweeper, Microsoft Plus’ Lose Your Marbles and Windows 95’s Space Pinball.
Google’s Project Fi is a dream come true for mobile phone users in the United States. No longer will users be tied to any specific mobile network whose reliability drops depending on where the user is.
Google’s Eric Schmidt said last February that Google Glass isn’t dead yet when the company pulled the controversial eyewear off the market last January. Many assumed the end of the controversial eyewear at the pullout but according to Google, Glass was only entering its next phase.
Oculus Rift has been with us since 2012, filling gamers and niche app developers with anticipation of what can be possible with the refined Oculus Rift Consumer Edition. DK2 and its apps from indie developers have already produced stunning results and gamers are already salivating.
The founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg has recently faced a public onslaught culminating in an open letter from 65 advocacy organisations spanning 31 countries in response to a project called Internet.org.
In Russell Crowe’s Gladiator, while Maximus fights Commodus to the death, due to a mortal wound, Maximus sees visions of a wall, and then a wooden door leading to lush green fields where his family awaits. That place was Elysium, the Roman version of heaven.
Summer is fast approaching and Microsoft is still busy tweaking Windows 10. Will Microsoft make their Windows 10 deadline? Can they actually ship a satisfactory working product to individuals and businesses willing to immediately adopt their new OS?